Healthy Schools Research - Phase II
Report Sep-01-2019 | | 1-min read
To understand what would motivate parents, teachers, principals, district leaders, and local school board members to prioritize healthy school environments that focus on a “whole child” approach, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation supported a multi-phase public opinion study conducted by Edge Research and GMMB.
This research provides insights into what motivates parents, teachers, and education stakeholders to prioritize healthy school environments that promote a “whole child” approach to learning. It also tests effective message frames to communicate about how healthy school environments can achieve critical outcomes, which can be helpful for organizations working at the intersection between health and education.
This presentation includes research findings from a national survey of early childhood education and K-12 public school parents, early childhood education and K-12 teachers, and school and district administrators.
A webinar presentation features findings that shed light on what stakeholders from parents to district leaders prioritize for their students; what motivates them to support healthy school environments; and what stands in the way.
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